Next Saturday, June 18, 2011, the head writers from The Cronk of Higher Education will hold a press conference to announce details about their new book, Required Reading. Reporting live from their annual retreat, the staff will talk about their book and the campaign readers can participate in to earn Cronk rewards for helping to […]
by K-FOAG Freelance Writer Foundering endowments, soaring tuition, shriveling federal aid, “whatevering” students… Once an indomitable bastion for freedom of thinking, the beleaguered university can no longer withstand the malignant impact of economic constriction. That is to say, money is tight. In these cruel economic times, universities that once considered themselves immune to the vagaries […]
Penn State-Butler’s new model of staff training for orientation counselors is getting attention from around the nation. In response to faculty pressure, PS-B hopes to set a new standard in allowing students an appropriate balance of learning and personal reflection. “On of the biggest complaints we receive about our orientation program is that we keep […]
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